Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: Disaster Management and Emergency Response II - Developing Frameworks for Emergency Management Web Based GIS Applications
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    Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: Disaster Management and Emergency Response II - Developing Frameworks for Emergency Management Web Based GIS Applications Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference 2012: Disaster Management and Emergency Response II - Developing Frameworks for Emergency Management Web Based GIS Applications Presentation Transcript

    • Ardent Management Consulting, Inc. …...Managing Complexity Developing Frameworks for Emergency Management GIS Applications HIGICC - Hawaii Pacific GIS Conference March 5, 2012AGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • Enterprise GIS Technical & Program Support• GIS Technical Expertise – Multi Product: Microsoft , ESRI, Google – Systems Engineering/ O&M – Data Management, Search & Discovery – Web Services Integration – Security C&A• GIS Program Support – Program Management – Requirements & Governance gii.dhs.gov – Outreach and Training icav.dhs.gov gis.dhs.gov Firewall Load Balancer Load Balancer OS: Windows 2008, 64bit, R2 SW: MS IIS Apps: GII Services, including OneView OS: Windows 2003, 32bit SW: Apache, TomCat Apps: iCAV, DHS Earth 200 201 209 [TBD] Web Node1 Web Node1 Web Node3 Web Node4 Firewall Load Balancer Load Balancer OS: Windows 2003, 32bit N1 N2 SW: TomCat, AGS 9.3.1-Java OS: Windows 2008, 64bit, R2 204 205 202 203 SW: AGS 9.3.1-.Java, SDE 9.3.1 SP2 AGS AGS AGS AGS SOM/SOC SOM/SOC SOM/SOC SOM/SOC Firewall OS: Windows 2008, 64bit, R2 SW: Oracle 11g, ver 11.2.0.1 Apps: SDE 9.3.1 SP2 206 208 Associated Primary dB Back Up dB SAN AGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • GIS Interoperability & IntegrationAchieving Interoperability• Standards based services implementation – OGC • WMS • WFS • KML – REST & JSON – SOAP & XML – GeoRSS• Loosely Couple Architecture – Event Driven Architecture – Pub/Sub Mechanisms – Abstracted API DevelopmentAGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • GIS Interoperability & IntegrationCommon Integration Points• Security – Active Directory – Federated Identity Stores – Local User Management• Data Management – Standards based layers – Search & Discovery Mechanisms• Feature Implementation – Geocoding Capabilities • Address Matching • Batch Geocoding • Reverse Geocoding • Place Finding – Geoprocessing Tasks• Imagery & Basemap DevelopmentAGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • The Geospatial Information Infrastructure (GII) – What is it? Geospatial Information Infrastructure (GII)GMO backedEnterpriseServices• Dynamic Feeds• Imagery Services• Geo-Processing• Visualization• Enabling Hardware & Software GII ServicesTo enhancepartner Virtual Alabama NOC FEMA NGACapability GATOR VIPER NRCC NICC NPPD USCG DOJ NOAA CBP USGS• S&L Customers State and DHS Other• DHS Ops Local DHS Ops Missions Federal• DHS Mission Systems• Other Fed Partners GII User Community AGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT Page 5 WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • Geospatial Applications• Multi Application Expertise – ESRI Silverlight, Flex, JS, Mobile – MS Bing Maps – Google Earth/Fusion Server• Geo-Fencing Applications – Publish & Subscribe Capability – Geospatial and Event Type FilteringAGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • SSA Security Oversight Command & Control SystemSOCCS Capabilities• Visualization of SSA facilities nation-wide – HQ Campus, Floor plans, etc.• Standard map controls pan, zoom, layer control, printing, bookmarks• HSIP Data and Imagery layers• Identify map features and view underlying data• Real time weather and NOAA watches• Able to add additional data layers dynamicallyAGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • SSA SOCCSKey SoftwareConsiderations• Integration with ESRI’s Silverlight API• Reuse of existing data service endpoints• Common security API for Active Directory integrationAGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • DHS Common Operating Picture (DHS COP)• Key Implementation Strategies – Common Application Framework for Department-wide use - Standards Based Web Services for Department-wide Information Sharing - Geospatial Services (WMS, Rest, etc.) - Reporting Services - UDOP Sharing - Common security API to leverage existing HSIN IDM servicesAGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • GeoSentry Concept Using NPPD relevant news feeds, GeoSentry determines when incidents occur in user defined boundaries and sends timely notifications. • Leverages existing DHS investments and capabilities – DHS Infrastructure Asset List (IAL) data set – DHS OneView Map Tools – HSIN credentialing for authentication • Provides mechanism to ingest data as relevant categories – (i.e. Event Type, Sectors, Owner, Facilities, etc.) • User Driven - Customers “subscribe” to alerts based on their geography, facility locations, and type of information they are interested in receiving Benefits  Provides a more relevant and location based method to collect and maintain situational awareness  Improves DHS information sharing and service offerings  Shortens the incident triage cycle  Compliments decision making and other DHS operational missions; NOC COPAGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • GeoSentry Overview A “Publish and Subscribe” capability that lets the user define what they want to be alerted on and when. • Location - What areas of the country are your concerned about? Gulf Coast; • Asset Types - Who are you and what is your role? Nuclear Plant Owner/ Operator; • Incident Types - What types of incidents are you interested in? SAR near my facilities…AGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • GeoSentry Capabilities• HSIN Credentialing• User Profile Settings – customizablemap layer settings based on sector preference• User Specified Proximity Watches And Alerts – By news type; – By location (static and user defined) • State, FEMA, PSA, & CONUS• E-mail message alerts – Yourself and/or others• Subscribe to other Users’ Watches• Graphical Dashboard Interface• Create Watch Wizard• NPPD Related News Feeds/Map Layers (geospatial location) – HSIP (FY10 IAL), Public News, Global Incident Feeds, NICC SARAGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • DHS Enterprise GIS Program Support• Stakeholder Governance – Meeting Facilitation – Requirements & Governance – Marketing & Outreach – Research and Case Studies – Policy and DHS Proven Methodologies for Strategic Planning managing disparate stakeholder needs AGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM
    • Benefits of Focus on Common GIS Framework Increased Focus on Common Frameworks has led to:• Rapid Development of New Applications• Less investment in ‘Basic’ Capabilities and more time for mission-enabling functionality• Common presentation across the enterprise• Fewer bugs; improved software hardening• Increased Satisfaction from Customers and DevelopersAGILE DEVELOPMENT  NIEM INTEROPERABILITY  DATACENTER CONSOLIDATION  GIS  CIO SUPPORT WWW.ARDENTMC.COM